Magellan maestro 3100 updating maps
That said, it doesn't offer quite the same sleekness or smooth operation of a Tom Tom One or Garmin Nuvi 350, so if you can find a deal, we'd recommend buying one of these two portable navigation systems.
There are no external controls cluttering the face of the 3100.
There's just an SD/MMC expansion slot and a reset button on the left spine, and a mini USB port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a power connector on the right side.
Aside from the power button on the right side, you will use the Maestro 3100's touch screen to perform most functions, from entering addresses to adjusting the volume.
This allows the device to have a simple and clean design.
While maps were readable, we thought the color was a bit washed out and wished there was a little more contrast.